Publications

Select urban transportation publications

 Lane, Clayton, Heshuang Zeng, Chhavi Dhingra and Aileen Carrigan. 2015. Carsharing: A Vehicle for Sustainable Mobility in Emerging Markets?. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute's Ross Center for Sustainable Cities.

Lane, Clayton, Heshuang Zeng, Chhavi Dhingra and Aileen Carrigan. 2015. Carsharing: A Vehicle for Sustainable Mobility in Emerging Markets?. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute's Ross Center for Sustainable Cities.

Carsharing in Emerging Markets

An exploration of the status and potential of carsharing in emerging markets. The analysis includes a visualization of the growth of carsharing outside of Europe and the US, as well as data from focus groups with potential users in Hangzhou, China and Bangalore, India.

 Hidalgo, Dario and Carrigan, Aileen. 2010. Modernizing Public Transportation:  Lessons Learned from Major Bus Improvements in Latin America and Asia . Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute.

Hidalgo, Dario and Carrigan, Aileen. 2010. Modernizing Public Transportation: Lessons Learned from Major Bus Improvements in Latin America and Asia. Washington, D.C.: World Resources Institute.

Modernizing Public Transportation

Lessons learned from bus improvements in Latin America and Asia, including comparisons of the performance and cost of several BRT systems.  

 Carrigan, Aileen, Robin King, Juan Miguel Vélasquez, Nicoale Duduta and Matthew Raifman. 2013.  Social, Environmental and Economic Impacts of Bus Rapid Transit.  World Resources Institute. Washington, D.C.

Carrigan, Aileen, Robin King, Juan Miguel Vélasquez, Nicoale Duduta and Matthew Raifman. 2013. Social, Environmental and Economic Impacts of Bus Rapid Transit. World Resources Institute. Washington, D.C.

Social, Environmental & Economic Impacts of BRT

A literature review of impacts and performance of bus rapid transit corridors. Four case studies reveal the costs and benefits of four iconic bus rapid transit corridors -- Bogota's TransMilenio, Istanbul's Metrobus, Johannesburg's ReaVaya and Mexico City's Metrobus. The analysis considers which income quintiles pay for and benefit from the BRT.